Australian Adventures

The Greatest Coast Walk....ever ! - $3,095 Per Person

Do you want a really big challenge that only a handful of hard core, ultra-adventurers have ever done?

Trek the entire length of the Sunshine Coast and the Cooloola Coast from Caloundra through Noosa and onto Rainbow Beach just a lazy 151km over 7 days walking…!

This is an incredibly diverse hike that takes in stunning coastal scenery, views of the magical glasshouse mountains, sweeping sand dunes, endless beaches…

Snowy Mountains 10 Highest Mountains Traverse - Price $3,095 per person

Australia’s 10 Highest Peaks and the Snowy Mountains Kosciuszko National Park traverse. 7 Days/ 6 Nights 77.5km

Escape to the Snowy Mountains and explore the 10 highest peaks Including the summit of Mt Kosciuszko in this prestigious UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

This trek is one of Australia’s favourites and is popular with nature loving hikers keen for an outdoor adventure.

Overland Track Tasmania - $2395 PP

Nestled in the heart of the Tasmanian bush, The Overland Track has become world-famous due to its stunning views, unique flora, and intriguing history. This 65km, 6 Day expedition begins at Cradle Mountain and ends at the picturesque Lake St Clair.

The Overland track meanders through terrain ranging from sheer mountains,
temperate rainforest, wild rivers, and alpine plains all in the Tasmanian
Wilderness World Heritage Area.

Cape To Cape Track WA - $2,285 PP

The Cape to Cape Walk Track is one of The Great Walks of Australia that runs for 123 kilometres along the length of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, between the lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in the far south west of Western Australia.

This walk encompasses spectacular coastal and forest scenery, explore craggy headlands, stunning beaches, limestone caves and Karri forests.This truly is one of Australia’s most spectacular and exhilarating treks.

Northern Territory

There is something very special about a dawn Anzac Day service in Australia’s Red Centre. The dawn service is held at The Anzac Hill Memorial in Alice Springs and is the centre piece of the town. Which was unveiled on 25 April 1934 (Anzac Day) and was originally dedicated to all those members of the armed services who had paid the supreme sacrifice during World War I.

It has now become a memorial to all those who have served in the defence of their country during all wars in which Australia has participated.